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Colleges Woo Native Americans With New Programs

A growing number of universities are offering programs to recruit and prepare Native American students for a transition to college life.

Despite the obvious need for college incentive programs for this nation’s young Black men, there are plenty who complain about the special treatment these young men receive.

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The representation of African-American and Latino men in higher education is the worst it has been in the last 30 years.

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There needs to be a partnership between colleges and organizations in the communities where students live.

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School releases 2013 data, says its workers are still paid “under-market.”

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Recent studies by Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research found that an estimated 20 percent of graduating seniors from urban school districts abandon their plans to attend college over the summer.

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University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa told University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers that he must resign or he will be fired, a person with direct knowledge of the conversation told The Associated Press on Friday.

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University of California President Janet Napolitano said Tuesday that she plans to leverage the state’s role in agriculture and research to tackle one of the world’s most pressing problems: food.

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Winthrop University fired its president after less than a year, saying she violated the Rock Hill college’s nepotism policy by hiring her husband, lied to trustees and was rude, hostile and demeaning to faculty, her own staff and school leaders.

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Those with bachelor’s or associate degrees earn more money over their lifetime than those who skip college, even after factoring in the cost of higher education, according to a report released by The Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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